[keycloak-user] UserRepresentation enabled Boolean

Marek Posolda mposolda at redhat.com
Wed Nov 15 09:57:22 EST 2017

Interesting issue. Not sure if we're going to change something in the 
UserRepresentation class just because JSF limitations. Maybe the 
possibility is:

- Create some custom JSF renderer/handler/component (not sure what 
exactly, didn't work with the JSF in last few years) to be able to deal 
with it

- Create some wrapper/delegate object around Keycloak UserRepresentation 
and pass that one to JSF. For example something like:

public class MyUser {

    private final UserRepresentation delegate;

    public MyUser(UserRepresentation kcUser) {
      delegate = kcUser;

     public String getFirstName() {
         // Just delegate to the underlying object
         return delegate.getFirstName();

     // Convert "is" to "get"
     public Boolean getEnabled() {
         return deelgate.isEnabled();

     // All the others...



On 14/11/17 13:05, Matthew Broadhead wrote:
> org.keycloak.representations.idm.UserRepresentation
> (https://github.com/keycloak/keycloak/blob/master/core/src/main/java/org/keycloak/representations/idm/UserRepresentation.java)
> has a property enabled which is of type java.lang.Boolean. Technically
> this should have getters and setters of getEnabled and setEnabled.  A
> type boolean would have isEnabled and setEnabled. This stops it from
> working with JSF
> (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14400222/boolean-properties-starting-with-is-does-not-work)
> This also applies to totp and emailVerified in the same class.
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